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Roy Dunshee


Roy Dunshee is the head men’s coach at Washington College. He was a long time high school coach and understands the high school soccer experience. He is also on the National Academy Staff for the NSCAA .

Coach Dunshee holds the NSCAA Premier Diploma and the USSF A License. He played high school soccer in Neptune, New Jersey, and collegiately at the University of South Carolina.

Chris Koch


Chis Koch was four year defender at Washington College. As a Senior Captain helped lead the team to its best record in 15 years setting numerous defensive records along the way. He has been a Coerver Coach for three years, working camps and clinics in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Illinois. He is the newest member of the WC coaching staff and will be the Director of Recruiting for the program. Chris’ coaching ambitions go back to his childhood where he served as mascot and good luck charm during his Father’s epic 2007 Final Four run as coach of the UMASS Minutemen.

Greg Ruttler


Greg Ruttler is in his second year as the head men’s soccer coach at Stockton. Ruttler moved up to the head coaching position after nine years as assistant and then associate head coach for the Ospreys. During his time on the Stockton staff, the program’s record is 119-61-22 (.644 winning percentage) with two NCAA Tournament appearances.

Ruttler is tied atop Stockton’s all-time games played list (97) and stands second at Stockton in career points (125), third in assists (39) and fourth in goals (43). He earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Stockton in 2003. Ruttler was inducted into the Stockton Athletics Hall of Fame in 2011 and South Jersey Soccer Hall of Fame in 2013.

Max Watson


The UMW men’s soccer program welcomes Max Watson as an assistant coach for 2015. Originally from New York City, Watson played for Downtown United Soccer Club, and four years for Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, PA as a center midfielder. In 2013, the Diplomats won the Centennial Conference Tournament and went on to reach the Elite 8 of the NCAA Tournament. In 2014, F&M reached the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16. He acquired USSF D License Coaching Certification -Amassed over 50 wins in college playing career.

Chibsah Faisal

Former Blue Hens standout joined the Delaware sidelines as a member of the coaching staff in August 2015.A native of Accra, Ghana, Faisal played for the Blue Hens from 2008-10 before receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in computer information systems from the University of Delaware in 2011. The midfielder amassed three goals (all game-winning) and one assist in 29 games played after arriving to UD from Prempeh College.

Jeremy Payne

Head Coach of Eastern University. He joined the Eastern University Men’s Soccer coaching staff in 2015 after a very successful career as a midfielder/forward for the Messiah College Falcons. In four years with the Falcons, Payne won two National Championships, was a three-time First-Team All-American (NSCAA & D3Soccer), was named the D3Soccer Midfielder of the Year twice, D3Soccer Forward of the Year once and NSCAA National Player of the Year in both 2012 and 2014.

Derrick Brewer

Brewer joins the Mustangs coaching staff for the 2017 season. Brewer was a four-year member of MAC Commonwealth rival Arcadia’s men’s soccer team from 2012-15. He appeared in 62 career games on defense, including 58 starts. He recorded four assists from the back line, including a career-best three as a senior. A three-time all-conference selection, Brewer was a second team honoree as a senior and sophomore and a honorable mention selection as a junior. In 2015, he was named as the NSAC All-American Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year.

Brent Jacquette

Brent Jacquette is in his ninth season as the head men’s soccer coach at Widener. Jacquette recently piloted the Pride to their first Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth Tournament appearance since 2008 this past 2015. Jacquette also enjoyed a successful collegiate playing career in which he was named an All-American as well as a two-time All-Big Ten Conference defender at Penn State. The four-year starter and team captain was tabbed a Collegiate MVP by Soccer America in 2002 and was selected to participate in the Major League Soccer combine in 2003. Furthermore, he competed in the United Soccer Leagues with the Pittsburgh Riverhounds and the Minnesota Thunder.